Holiday Crafts: Custom Gift Tags With Cookie Cutters

How To Make Gift Tags With Cookies Cutters By Rebecca Gordon ButtermilkLIpstick Tailgating Expert Southern Holiday Entertaining Christmas Food Gifts Cookies Baking Holiday Open House Gifts Hostess GiftHoliday Entertaining

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Beautifully packaged gifts can be just as exciting to receive as the contents on the inside. Simple boxes, pretty paper, ribbon & tags set the tone & spiff up holiday food gifts. Get creative & hand craft a custom set of tags that the kids can help create. Gather a few supplies together for an afternoon of good old-fashioned family fun.

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Start with shapes that may already be looming in your drawer full of baking essentials. Cookie cutters are easy to outline onto a variety of paper goods. A quality pair of sharp scissors make the cut to yield loads of cheery, festive tags. Holiday themed cutters get a gold star for seasonal approval but don’t stop there, think of the individual personalities of the recipients & hand craft a creation with their interests in mind. Footballs, megaphones & sports icons rally team spirit in a jiffy. Dogs, cats & bunnies will have pet lovers all smiles.

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Select several colorful pieces of card stock in holiday hues.
Choose one focal print for added style.
Outline cookie cutter shapes from the paper with a pencil.
Cut the shapes with scissors.

Add the freeform extras to resemble scarves & highlights to the pieces.
Use squares, rectangles & ovals to keep the design simple.
Layer with different colors to create a variety of looks.
A hole punch offers a gaggle of miniature round dots for buttons.
Secure the creations with glue or double sided tape.

Allow the tags dry.
Pierce the paper with a miniature craft punch.
Thread the holes with butcher twine.
Attach to boxes filled with the freshly baked holiday goodies or presents.


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